The Head Office of the Scandinavian Childrens Mission / Leto Christian Center is situated in San Juan, Metro Manila, in a 3-storied building that was constructed in 1985.
On the ground floor we find the Malnutrition Center with its 23 beds for malnourished children ages 3 months to 6 years. There is also an office area for the staff of the Community Based Program, the Social Service Department as well as a kitchen and a small bakery.
The second floor houses the administration and a church venue for 250 people.
Shining Light Center
About 30 km outside Manila, in Antipolo, we find the Shining Light Center. It was built and inaugurated back in 1992.
Today it is used for a Pre-School and Elementary with a capacity of more than 100 children.
Approximately 300 meters from the Queson City dumpsite, the so called Smokey Valley, we find the Molfrid Center. In this very special area thousands of families live from scavenging directly on the dumpsite. This hazardous work is a threat to their mental and physical wellbeing.
In 1989 the SCM built the Molfrid Center to cater to the needs of the people around the dump. Here a Pre-School with the capacity of 170 children is in operation. There is also a medical and a dental clinic as well as administration areas for the Sponsorship program.
In addition to the above mentioned activities the SCM uses the center for the Unite, Earn and Learn project which is aimed at community and socio-economic development. In June 2008 a Skills Training Center was started on the same premises.